Acteon brings in experienced new consultant to meet rising demand for specialist communication solutions
For Acteon 2012 has been an exciting year. A new name, a double award nomination and the highest ever demand for our outstanding blended learning solutions. To help meet this demand, we are pleased to have appointed a new team member, Dr Sandra Wilsher.
"I have always loved finding the best ways to communicate complex information, which has been an integral part of my previous work, and the challenge of doing the same for Acteon’s clients is something I am looking forward to greatly.”
Sandra Wilsher, Consultant
Sandra Wilsher is a highly experienced writer and scientist, who will be working primarily with Acteon’s pharmaceutical team, as well as with clients in other sectors. She holds a first class honours degree in Biology and a PhD.
Before joining Acteon, Sandra worked in veterinary research, with a strong bias towards equine reproduction. In this role she became adept at managing research projects and collating data, prior to writing them up for publication. She has published over 30 research papers in peer-reviewed journals, and contributed to veterinary text books, as well as producing degree-level course material. Sandra is also a seasoned public speaker, having frequently been invited to give presentations at conferences and workshops to both scientific and lay audiences.
Sandra appreciates the importance of providing clear and concise information in a variety of formats to support the learning process. She will be an invaluable member of the Acteon team, with her ability to work with specialist content and to translate it into accessible and engaging learning materials.
“I am delighted to be joining Acteon to pursue what promises to be an exciting new chapter in my career. I have always loved finding the best ways to communicate complex information, which has been an integral part of my previous work, and the challenge of doing the same for Acteon’s clients is something I am looking forward to greatly.”